George Lucas Onesies
A humorous caricature illustration of the well-known American and Hollywood movie director, and creator of the Star Wars series; George Lucas. One of a series of caricatures achieved for the Celebrity Sunday series, where a famous person is rendered within a day. The idea is to show them as if in a passport photo to have consistency.
Tags: empire-strikes-back, princess-leia, luke-skywalker, darth-vader, caricatures
With Star Wars out of his hands it's time for Disney to recoup it's $4 Trillion dollar investment. Which means a needless Han Solo origin movie and damned J.J Abrams lens flares and ridiculous plotting. Maybe you will pine for the old days, the days before the Mouse began mining fan nostalgia...
Tags: star-wars-parody, star-wars-tee, star-wars-shirts, star-wars-inspired, science-fiction
Great Visit Tatooine design, which everyone will like! Visit Tatooine is an excellent purchase for yourself, and for a gift to family and friends. Buy Visit Tatooine design art as a T-shirt, mug, sticker, pillow or any other thing right now!
Tags: yoda, darth-vader, lightsaber, luke-skywalker, science-fiction
An original design celebrating the stark beauty of Tatooine. And I do mean stark. I mean, it's *really* stark here. And empty... My god... It's so empty. I'm so alone. I'd welcome a womp rat right about now. Someone come help me.
Tags: desert, luke-skywalker, vader, jedi, science-fiction
An interceptor was a starfighter classification typically applied to starships that sacrificed heavy ordnance payloads, armor, deflector shields, and/or a hyperdrive in favor of pure speed and agility in combat. To compensate for the lack of a hyperdrive, some types of interceptors could dock with an external hyperspace transport ring, allowing rapid interstellar travel through hyperspace. The ones that could do neither of these things were restricted to realspace, and operated in close proximity to a carrier, capital ship, planet, moon, or space station.
Tags: ship, agility, combat, universe, speed
One could write a book abot the Lucasfilm "games division" (then LucasArts)... and they did. For almost 30 years they created masterpieces (well... 15 years to me). We'll never forget games like Maniac Mansion, Zak McKracken, Monkey Island, Indiana Jones (the 4th movie is Atlantis!!!), Full throttle and Day of the tentacle. And what about X-Wing, TIE Fighter and Dark Forces 1&2? This logo is the most loved and cherished of them all... even now! Recostructed in vectors and hires pixels expecially for you (yes you!!!). The golden man would be proud! ;-)
Tags: geek, day-of-the-tentacle, indy, lucas, videogames